Massoud, l'Afghan Trailer

Massoud, l'Afghan Trailer (1998)

30 September 1998 89 mins

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Cast

Christophe de Ponfilly

as Interviewer et Narrateur

Ahmad Shah Massoud

as Ahmad Shah Massoud

Merabuddine

as Interprète

International Titles

Massoud, the Afghan Trailer

International Releases Dates

France 30 September 1998

United States 03 December 2002

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